Quick Comfort Food Recipes That Make Delicious Dinners

Dig into your favorite foods—fast!—thanks to our quick comfort food recipes. These recipes result in rich, hearty flavors but require you to spend surprisingly little time waiting for them to cook on the stovetop or in the oven. How is that possible, you ask? We used some of our favorite culinary tricks to streamline classic recipes and speed things up in the kitchen without sacrificing any flavor. In the process we created some new classic dishes, like the Pork-Meatball Skillet Bake, shown here. Weekday or weekend, these quick meals are sure to satisfy even the heartiest cravings.

Individual portions of mouthwatering chicken pot pie and enchiladas speed up the baking time and let everyone have their own fair share. Chicken cutlets and the broiler turn Chicken Parmesan into an easy weeknight dinner. Plus, we included a freeze-ahead component for chicken Parm on the fly. Cutlets in general lend themselves

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Our Food Editors’ Favorite New Recipes from 2020

Looking for ways to become a more confident cook at home? Our food editors are here to help. Each week, we shine a spotlight on the exciting things happening in the Martha Stewart test kitchen. Our editors will share their best cooking tips, favorite products, new ideas, and more in our weekly series, Out of the Kitchen.

We like to end each year by taking a look back at the delicious recipes our food editors created in the test kitchen over the course of the past 365 days. But 2020 was uncharted territory for our pros—due to the coronavirus pandemic, our food editors had to shift from cooking over the many burners of our test kitchen stoves to just four burners in their own New York City apartments. Though everyone had to adjust to a new normal in 2020, one thing remained the same: our food editors’ always reliable

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Best Lenses For Food Photography: Must-have For All Food Bloggers | Most Searched Products

First of all, you do not need to have a broad range of lenses to take great pictures of food, or to spend a lot of money on lenses upfront. Especially if you’re new to photography. Having said that, lenses are where you should spend the most significant part of your budget. You should look at them as a long-term investment in your photography skills. Though, yes, any camera can help you produce great results when shooting pictures of food, you’ll need to add the right type of lens to the recipe.

So here’s our compilation of some of the best lenses for food photography, depending on your type of camera and shots you want.


If you want something that is more versatile than a prime or macro lens, then this Canon EF 24-70mm f/4.0L IS USM will be a great pick for food photography. This lens sports a lightweight

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Where to get the best street food in Hong Kong

If Tai On Building is the locals’ go-to for street food on the Island side, Kwai Chung Plaza is definitely the New Territories representative. Arguably one of the most well-known street food and cheap eats havens in Hong Kong, Kwai Chung Plaza has it all – cart noodles, steaming-hot takoyaki, baked puddings, and more. You’ll be sure to find something you fancy without breaking the bank.

What’s hot: Combat the cold weather with some belly-warming goodness from Queen’s 2, a food stall that specialises in cheesy potato dishes. Signature items include baked potatoes with melted cheese (from $42) and crispy hash browns (from $40) served with honey mustard, black truffle mayonnaise and other fillings and sauces of your choice. And while Instagrammable cakes don’t usually come to mind when talking about street food, these mini spherical cakes from Rainbow Cakery are specifically designed for you to eat on-the-go. Simply

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